Monday, September 28, 2009

Johnson Wins at Dover; His Title to Lose


by David Newton
ESPN

DOVER, Del. -- The Detroit Lions won a football game for the first time since the 2007 season, ending a stretch of 19 straight losses. Cincinnati, Iowa and Kansas are undefeated and ranked among the Top 25 in college football. Tiger Woods lost a golf tournament from the final pairing to a player who wasn't even in the final pairing.

The world of sports is upside down. Ah, but in NASCAR, all is normal. Three-time defending Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson dominated Sunday's race at Dover International Speedway for his fourth victory of the season.

And nobody -- if history is an indication -- is going to stop him from winning a record fourth straight title.

"It makes you feel a little sick," Carl Edwards said after limping home to an 11th-place finish. "I didn't realize he won until I saw him doing burnouts."

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1 comment:

Forensic2 blog said...

All it takes is a few car parts to go bad and some bad luck here and there. Both of them are over due on this team! Mark my words.lol